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    49 not out isn't too bad but it would have been nice to get the 50. I'm having a fairly good grade season with the bat shame we couldn't win that one though.

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    Another wonderful day of grade cricket.

    Davistow Darters 277 & 112 Defeated
    Edfield Seahawks 189 & 193 by 7 Runs.

    A thrilling finale at Heathridge Oval, Galbraith & Nayak looked to be cruising Efield to victory, however nothing is safe at Heathridge Oval, and Comley struck, as Edfield collapsed from 4/139 to 193ao, falling just 7 runs shot. Comley keeps on producing in Grade with a commanding 90* for the Darters, and 9/161 for the match. For Edfield young Shoveller showed promise with 5/82, and Smith managed 9/107 for the Match.

    Campsfield Braves 191 & 41 Lost to
    Nixonstown Foxes 193 & 118 by 79 runs.

    Chasing 121 proved to be too much Campsfield as the collapsed for a shocking 41, no batsman reaching double figures, as Clancroft taking a masterful 6/22, and 11/79 for the match. Collins could feel nothing but disappointment as the batsmen let him down, his second inning 8/27 being one of the best pieces of bowling grade cricket has witnessed. The only decent scores by batsmen were a 76 by Jamee Gray, and an 83 by the unknown Grierson.

    Garven Island Sharks 107 & 134 lost to
    Pickford Panthers 284 by an Innings and 43 runs.

    Much fancied Garven Island once again failed to deliver, as the Panthers gave them a hiding to remember. Andrew Cloete doesn't get many opportunities at grade level, and the crowds flocked to see him play, however he let them down with only 6 runs. Sean Fuller was on fire with the ball, his 7/52 setting the tone for the game, reducing the hapless Sharks to 107ao before Pete Young's 83 helped the Panthers along to 284. Once again the Sharks collapsed, this time for 134, as they slumped to a shocking innings deafeat.

    Twybridge Titans 296 & 4/64 defeated
    Stedingham Jets 141 & 217 by 6 wickets.

    An enjoyable 105 by Joslin was the highlight of the match, whilst Shafiq's 51 at 10 gave the Jets hope. Twybridge easily surpassed Stedingham's first innings, and from there on in the result was all but a certainty, although Shafiq and Gillespie managed to save Stedingham from complete embarrassment. Cotteril did the damage with the ball for the Titans, whilst Loganathan toiled hard for the Jets.

    Gofftown Tigers 135 & 70 lost to
    Greater Robbham de Grooters 319 by an Innings and 114 runs.

    McKern. Sukhvinder Singh. McKern. The tale of the game.
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    Hmm, I sense a lack of scorecards..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robertinho
    Hmm, I sense a lack of scorecards..
    I sensed it too. Fixed.


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    McKern 12-67 = owned.

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    Massive win. Go de Grooters!

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    Haha, batting at number 4 for Blue and number 9 for Pickford eh?

    Oh well, very pleased with my form anyway, and Pickford are making a strong bid to not finish last.
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    I should be ready for the 11/3 match for Gofftown, due to the Colts having a bye
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    Disappointing loss for the Jets there, the batsmen really need to start scoring some more runs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David
    Another wonderful day of grade cricket.

    Davistow Darters 277 & 112 Defeated
    Edfield Seahawks 189 & 193 by 7 Runs.

    A thrilling finale at Heathridge Oval, Galbraith & Nayak looked to be cruising Efield to victory, however nothing is safe at Heathridge Oval, and Comley struck, as Edfield collapsed from 4/139 to 193ao, falling just 7 runs shot. Comley keeps on producing in Grade with a commanding 90* for the Darters, and 9/161 for the match. For Edfield young Shoveller showed promise with 5/82, and Smith managed 9/107 for the Match.

    Campsfield Braves 191 & 41 Lost to
    Nixonstown Foxes 193 & 118 by 79 runs.

    Chasing 121 proved to be too much Campsfield as the collapsed for a shocking 41, no batsman reaching double figures, as Clancroft taking a masterful 6/22, and 11/79 for the match. Collins could feel nothing but disappointment as the batsmen let him down, his second inning 8/27 being one of the best pieces of bowling grade cricket has witnessed. The only decent scores by batsmen were a 76 by Jamee Gray, and an 83 by the unknown Grierson.

    Garven Island Sharks 107 & 134 lost to
    Pickford Panthers 284 by an Innings and 43 runs.

    Much fancied Garven Island once again failed to deliver, as the Panthers gave them a hiding to remember. Andrew Cloete doesn't get many opportunities at grade level, and the crowds flocked to see him play, however he let them down with only 6 runs. Sean Fuller was on fire with the ball, his 7/52 setting the tone for the game, reducing the hapless Sharks to 107ao before Pete Young's 83 helped the Panthers along to 284. Once again the Sharks collapsed, this time for 134, as they slumped to a shocking innings deafeat.

    Twybridge Titans 296 & 4/64 defeated
    Stedingham Jets 141 & 217 by 6 wickets.

    An enjoyable 105 by Joslin was the highlight of the match, whilst Shafiq's 51 at 10 gave the Jets hope. Twybridge easily surpassed Stedingham's first innings, and from there on in the result was all but a certainty, although Shafiq and Gillespie managed to save Stedingham from complete embarrassment. Cotteril did the damage with the ball for the Titans, whilst Loganathan toiled hard for the Jets.

    Gofftown Tigers 135 & 70 lost to
    Greater Robbham de Grooters 319 by an Innings and 114 runs.

    McKern. Sukhvinder Singh. McKern. The tale of the game.
    Damn...

    Out of interest, could I get a bowl next game?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloete
    Damn...

    Out of interest, could I get a bowl next game?
    I'll see what I can do.

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    What a finish. Crucial match to lose too, think we've gone a fair few points behind again
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    My season in grade has been quite remarkable with the bat Good win Darters keeps us fighting for top spot

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